Tuesday, July 14, 2015

A Gif That Keepings Giving To Those That Are Living!

So the cat had to deal with those small messy humans the other day. Do they really call digging in sand play? The cat has better things to do in sand. Hanging out with them you're likely to catch an ebola strand. Or would that be strain? Either way, the germs rain.


 When they come in view,
And the germs won't do,
This must be done.
Especially if you can't run.

Although it may get hot.
New clothes may need to be bought.
Maybe take some learning,
But no germs could be returning.


 This is a bad way to go.
Germs from your own blow.
Rubbing them all over your face.
Not something you should embrace.

Plus yelling and pointing will make them cry.
Then more germs rain from the sky.
Or they may kick you.
That can hurt too.


This might give a complex,
But if you can really flex,
It can help out.
Flop like a trout.

Avoid the germs in the air.
Don't get them in your hair,
Or lack there of,
As they come down from above.


Or avoid them altogether.
Germs and zombies you can weather.
Suit up and carry a big stick.
Those germs you will lick.

Only take it off when they are gone,
Trotting across some other lawn.
Maybe your creepy look will scare.
Either way, germs won't get in your hair.


See? He agrees.
Bet it even stops fleas.
Well maybe not,
Those fleas can get caught.

So dress to the hilt.
Have a suit built.
And carry a big stick.
Warning, you and the PTA may not click.

Aren't you glad the cat is here to help? Germs don't have to make you yelp. Cover up every place and the tiny humans can't germ you with their embrace. Now I just need something to protect my hair as they pull it with flair. Maybe I'll just pelt them with gas from my little rhyming ass.

Fill your rummer, get drunk all summer.

87 comments:

  1. You need to live
    In a bubble so big
    That germs won't dare
    Do an Orlin jig

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  2. ha if kids are around
    a germ will be found
    as sand you may pound
    to the wavy beach sound
    build a castle that will astound...

    enjoyed the clip of Castle - one of my fav shows...

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    1. That they will
      Can get your fill
      Of sun germs and sand
      All across the land

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  3. I've never been much of a germaphobe. Basic hand washing is all and I rarely get sick. (Now I'm knocking on wood)

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    1. Yeah, that is all I really do
      But I still think about the germs that are there at my zoo

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  4. If it's germs you flee
    You may find your plea
    " Help me avoid the sickies" isn't worth heck.
    Want to live forever? Get covered in dirt, about a peck.
    See how well it worked for me?
    'Scuse me as I teehee!

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  5. I like the castle GIF LOL
    I think there are germs everywhere! :(

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    1. That there are
      Every which way at many a sand bar

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  6. If you didn't have to change a diaper there
    you probably won with your germ affair! ha.

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    1. Nope, they were all out of the diaper years
      So there was no such fears lol

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  7. Bleh to the germs! ! A coworker asked if I was going to a strip club for my Bachelorette party. All I could think of was it being a disease den. Bleh gag barf... (the answer was a giant NO by the way)

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    1. haha don't want some disease from the stripper's umm breeze
      Could get one there with a sneeze

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  8. Here is the former science teacher to bore the day. There are good all the time germs. A little bad germs allows a person to combat a bunch of bad germs later. A healthy immune system will keep almost all germs at bay. So stay away from the fray at your bay.

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    1. So let a little bit in
      Just wash my hands at my bin
      And I'll be fine as can be
      Works for me

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  9. Relatively healthy here at my place
    Don't worry too much about germs
    As long as they give me my space
    I'm as happy as can be

    betty

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    1. Not germy workplace for thee
      Can stay home and work at your sea

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  10. Both good germs and bad, inside of the gut
    Just think it over, don't get in a rut
    Kill off most of the bad but keep all of the good
    Then there'll be no need to wear a hoody hood hood

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    1. haha works for me
      As long as the good don't screw me at my sea
      Which they like to do
      As I'm sure I only have a few

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    1. lol worms for all
      With that cat call

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  12. Some great shows. I only shy away when someone actually has the flu or something

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    1. That is a good way to be
      Avoid the germs when really sick at their sea

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  13. Those germs just sneak in anywhere they can get in. Just gotta live healthy to avoid them Have a great day.

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  14. Not a germaphobe, faced the fact along time ago, the whole world is covered in sh.. best to build up the antibodies to fight it than to try and outrun or outsmart it. But I am a bit of a neat freak so cleaning comes with that. Still with 3 men in the house - there is no winning the fight! :)

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    1. haha yeah there is a lot of shit
      Being neat and clean helps deflect it

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  15. There are always plenty of germs and gifs to go around!

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  16. I try not to think about germs. If I do, I freak myself out! I do have a bad habit of not drinking the last little bit of any drink I have because when I was a teen, someone was talking about the last part of any drink being mostly backwash. Research has proven that isn't true, but my brain won't let me drink the last of it! So I usually have bottles with liquid in the bottom of them that I have to empty out before tossing into the recycle bin.

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    1. I do the same thing with my beverages and for the same reason. Drives my husband bonkers, but I can't get over that particular phobia.

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    2. haha first I've heard of that phobia at my sea
      I suck it back as my ocd likes it to be complete for me
      But either way
      Isn't it just your backwash at your bay
      Your germs already there
      So no biggie at ones lair

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    3. haha people laugh at me as I do the same thing...that last little bit will surely sit as I get a new drink...glad to know I am not alone...

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    4. Such weird people out there
      A female thing at every lair?

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  17. One of our favorite stories about my little brother involved his new sandbox. He was so happy with it and told us the best part was that the kitties came and played with him...

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    1. hahaha the kitties must have loved that
      Hopefully he avoided the leftover scat

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    2. Eeeeeeuuuuuuwwwwww!!!!!!!! :)

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  18. Your system has run amok, so germs can really feck you up. I don't worry inside the house about them as bleach is my best friend. And I don't worry out in the yard as by now I must be impervious to anything growing out there. But going out to eat, going to the grocers, riding an elevator....basically anything to do with other people I see as a potential mine field of disease.

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    1. Yep, in the house just the cats and me
      And no mine field at my clean sea
      But out and about everywhere
      Sure many that people are happy to share

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  19. lol, it's definitely game over at a sandbox where a cat has touched land,
    I'm not even a germaphobe but I'd stay away from that sand,
    however, i'm more in the camp that exposure to germs help us get strong,
    hopefully after enough of that, they don't stay around long.

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    1. haha yep, avoid that sand
      If they go away or never come that would be grand

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  20. A Gif That Keeping's Giving To Those That Are Living!
    Even not being a germaphobe but still got to be thinking
    Cats in the sand option
    Open to contamination
    No likely much choice but to be environmentally clean

    Hank

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    1. Yeah, one has to think
      Cat in the sandbox can bring one to the brink

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  21. My granddaughter sneezed on my face today. The joys of being a gram. ;) :)

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    1. lol germs just for you
      There at your zoo

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  22. a certain dose of germs is healthy - not kidding - over here the doctors give dust pills to the little kids cause everything around them is so sterile that they don't develop their immune system well

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    1. Wow, never knew that about the dust pills
      Sterile everything isn't the greatest plus hard on the bills

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  23. I need a plastic bubble to keep the germs away.

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    1. The plastic bubble might be a hit
      Could invent and sell it

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  24. Growing up with seven younger at my zoo
    My immune system got lots of germy goo
    Keeps me healthy now in my golden years
    Better than being obsessed with fears

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    1. Hey, that sure works
      Guess there are perks

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  25. As I commute on the train, I try not to touch anything, specially the railway ~

    Or I wash my hands very well, ha ~

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    1. haha yeah the trains are nasty as can be
      Hate the commutes at my sea

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  26. I know all about tiny humans and their germs. :(

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    1. They spread them at your sea?
      They just want to give them to thee

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  27. Sooo many excellent actors there!
    I was holding a 6 mo. old niece up over my head, saying stupid baby things, when a big old string of yellow snot dropped in my open mouth. That one I will always remember, damn germs.

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    1. Blah, that would just be as nasty as can be
      I'll never hold a kid over my head at my sea

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  28. orlin N cassie...we dunno bout de germ factorz...but we like ta lick R butts, then groom de food serviss gurls arm ♥♥♥

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    1. haha need to get the taste away
      With her arm at your bay

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  29. Germs are everywhere
    at times they give me quite a scare
    when I sneeze and cough and moan
    but then I get better and have a different tone..
    I have amped up my antibodies
    and I get to drink more hot toddies:)

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    1. The way to be
      To make those germs flee
      And yeah they go away
      Still sucks at the end of the day

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  30. Zombies... oh no
    Run! at your show
    Guess who was on the road
    Like a toad...

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  31. I don't like germs! Sometimes I get dirty from sports or something, and I just can't wait to get in the shower and get clean haha. I also like it when my apartment is nice and tidy!

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    1. Nice and tidy is the way to be
      And yeah, shower them off at your sea

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  32. LOL!!! You manage to crack me up all the time!!!

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    1. Glad that the cat can do
      Here at his zoo

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  33. Germaphobia is the real sickness.

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    1. A sickness you say
      Monk better run away

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  34. Thanks to those damn germs, I am suffering a major head cold right now :(

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  35. That is the worst thing.... You put you kid in a sandbox to play... only to find out cats use it as their litter box.

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    1. hahaha yep, always the way
      Poop buried on display

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  36. LOL - now I really wanna know if that's what cats think when they see little humans running towards them squeaking with delight at their sight :)

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    1. haha you never know
      Could be indeed at their kitty cat show

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